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Speculatis – Oporto Architecture Workshop

Speculatis workshop : Architecture Event Portugal

1 Jul 2010

Speculatis Event, Oporto, Portugal – 2010

10 – 17 Jul 2010

The deadline for applications for the SPECULATIS workshop has been extended to JUNE 25th, 2010

To apply, contact: education@opolab.com

SPECULATIS is a workshop that introduces and explores techniques of algorithmic design and fabrication integrated with interactive components.

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The platform integrates seminars and construction of a design piece at natural scale – a working chandelier – as a means of investigating different techniques and potentials present in the intersection of morphological discovery through algorithmic processes, fabrication technologies, and interactivity modulation.

The workshop will be held 10-17 Jul in Oporto, Portugal. Please find attached our advertising poster and press release. We thank you in advance for helping divulge this initiative.

More info can be found at:

For general information, questions: info@speculatis.com

For applications/registration: education@opolab.com

More information online soon

Location: Oporto, Portugal

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photo : Luís Ferreira Alves
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photo from Alvaro Siza
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